Grant Policy and Application Forms


To download the Grant Aid Policy please use this link - Grant Aid Policy



Grant Aid Monitoring Form



Please click here to download the Major Grant Aid Application Form


Applicants should please read the Council's privacy notice and submit the attached consent to hold personal data form with your application. 


Please click here to download the Minor Grant Aid Application Form

Minor Grant Aid


For grants up to £3,000

Local organisations can apply for a Minor Grant up to £3,000 for projects, equipment and revenue costs which benefit the Whitehill & Bordon community.

Awards are made in two rounds with closing dates of 31st March and 30th September each year.

For further details contact 


Round 1 - Minor Grants

On 5 May 2022 the Executive Committee awarded the follow round 1 minor grants:   

Round 1 - March 2022

£1,500.00 to Whitehill & Bordon Town Partnership - to support the 2022 annual Christmas fair.  

£2000,00 to Oakmoor School for set up costs for DofE expedition equipment. 


Round 2 - September 2022


Major Grant Aid

For grants of £3,001 and over

At Whitehill Town Council’s Executive Committee Meeting on 10th February 2022, the following Major Grants were awarded:

Citizens Advice East Hampshire - £10,451.00

Home-Start Hampshire - £4,020.00

Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre - £18,490.00

Whitehill & Bordon Community Association - £8,039.00

Cllr Andy Tree (Leader of Council & Chairman of Executive Committee) said: "As a town council, we are happy to support these valuable local organisations, so they can continue to contribute meaningfully to our community."

Helen Drake (Chief Executive of Citizens Advice East Hampshire) said “Citizens Advice East Hampshire is most grateful to Whitehill Town Council for their continued generous support of the advice and information we provide to Whitehill and Bordon residents. In particular, with cost of living rises, including fuel and food costs rocketing, our service is needed more than ever helping local people navigate the coming year and afford basic living costs. We also provide advice on a wide range of other issues that impact on local people's lives including housing, debt, relationship breakdown, employment, benefits, consumer and neighbour issues. We can be contacted by phone on 0808 278 7901 or by email on Our national website is also a great starting point for people seeking help.”

Charlotte Dooley (Business Development Manager for Home-Start Hampshire) said: “Thank you to Whitehill Town Council for our recent funding, this will allow us to continue to provide vital practical and emotional support for families’. Quote from one of our families in the area - ‘Many thanks to you as always. Honestly can't thank you enough for welcoming us into the Home-Start group, we have loved it this year! And I think if it wasn't for you and the group I'd be in an even worse place mentally!”

Rob Allerston (Director of the Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre) said: “As we cautiously reopen the doors to The Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre and invite entry to the creative services we’ve been offering in Whitehill & Bordon for over 40 years, the Trustees and I would like to thank Whitehill Town Council for their continuing financial support and interest in what we do. I promised it is never taken for granted, is always appreciated and will be used for the benefit of the community of Whitehill & Bordon.”

Curtis Bone (Chairman of Whitehill & Bordon Community Association/Whitehill & Bordon Town Partnership) said: “WBTP would like to thank Whitehill Town Council for their continued support and backing, the grant will allow us to continue to operate and improve the Community Centre for the benefit of our users and wider community. With the regeneration of the town it's important to continue to improve existing facilities and the Town Council funding will allow us to do this.”